Love turned into a museum
There is a very famous story in Tetela de Ocampo that talks about the poet named "Lolita" by the people of that time. Born in 1898, in a time of adversity and many difficulties, "Lolita" was an artist ahead of her time; she invented the fabric cutting system that today is very popular and characteristic of Tetela de Ocampo, Puebla.
María Dolores Posada Olayo "Lolita", is the author of their most famous image, the face of Christ, it was woven with silk threads and her own hair, expressing her love and devotion to her birthplace and her culture.
The old house that was inhabited by María Dolores, is currently a museum that keeps all of her works and the contributions that helped cultivate the cultural legacy that exists in Tetela de Ocampo and Puebla, this in addition to keeping and displaying personal pieces such as photographs, letters and more from this iconic character.
You will find this museum behind the city's main square, to the northwest of the Parroquia de Santa María de la Asunción.